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Balfour Beatty gets £170m extension from London Underground

24 Mar 2016: Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £170m two-year extension to its Track Partnership contract for London Underground. more »

Keepmoat starts £27m Newcastle development

24 Mar 2016: Keepmoat has started work on a £27m mixed homes development in Newcastle. more »

Nine shortlisted for seven HS2 contracts

23 Mar 2016: HS2 Ltd has shortlisted nine contracting teams for civil engineering work between London and Birmingham worth up to £11.8bn. more »

Aberdeen pioneers new approach to housing development

23 Mar 2016: Social housing developer Places for People has signed a partnership with Aberdeen City Council that is set to develop at least 2,000 new homes in the city. more »

Go-ahead for Belmont Works revival

22 Mar 2016: Birmingham City Council has given planning permission for the redevelopment of a Victorian bicycle factory. more »

Amey cleans up in London boroughs

22 Mar 2016: Amey has added more than £62.5m of work to its order book as four more London boroughs sign up to its facilities management service. more »

Amey wins new-look Highways England maintenance deal

21 Mar 2016: Highways England has selected Amey for a £300m highway maintenance contract in the East Midlands. more »

HS2 names engineering partners

21 Mar 2016: HS2 Ltd has appointed a team made up of CH2M, Atkins and Sener as its engineering delivery partner for phase one. more »

Shortlist revealed for Battersea estates renewal

18 Mar 2016: Wandsworth Council has shortlisted five housing developers for a scheme to regenerate a 13 hectare site in Battersea. more »

Main works start on £57m Cardiff link road

18 Mar 2016: A joint venture of Dawnus and Ferrovial Agroman has begun construction work on the 1km-long Cardiff Eastern Bay link road project. more »

Galliford Try lands £62m Ricky Road rebuild

18 Mar 2016: Galliford Try has won a £62m contract to build new accommodation for students at Newcastle University. more »

BAM wins University of Lincoln projects

18 Mar 2016: BAM Construction is working on two projects worth a combined £28.5m at the University of Lincoln. more »

French-Italian JV signs garden bridge contract

16 Mar 2016: Developers of London’s proposed ‘garden bridge’ are hoping that construction will start in the summer after signing a contract with France’s Bouygues Travaux Publics and Italy’s Cimolai. more »

Funding deal gives BAM go-ahead for Three Snowhill

16 Mar 2016: Developer Ballymore has secured funding for its £200m Three Snowhill development in Birmingham. more »

Heathrow picks third runway partners

16 Mar 2016: Heathrow Airport has appointed Arup, CH2M, Mace and Turner & Townsend to assist on its expansion plans as partners in the third runway client organisation. more »

Graham selected for Manchester mills development

16 Mar 2016: Graham Construction has won a contract to convert old Manchester cotton mills into flats. more »

Fusion21 names £300m planned maintenance framework winners

16 Mar 2016: Fusion21 has chosen contractors and suppliers for its national planned maintenance framework, which is expected to be worth of up to £300m over the four-year term. more »

GMI teams up for Piccadilly Basin development

15 Mar 2016: Developer Town Centre Securities and contractor GMI Construction have formed a joint venture residential development company which is about to start building a block of flats in Manchester. more »

Bedfordshire link road JV prepares for bridge lifts

15 Mar 2016: The Costain Carillion joint venture building the £162m A5-M1 link road in Bedfordshire is preparing to lift 38 bridge beams into place over the next few weeks. more »

Scottish contractors miss out on their biggest road project

11 Mar 2016: The Scottish government’s £745m Aberdeen bypass project is providing plenty of work for construction companies but not so much for Scottish ones. more »

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